I am officially a crazy chicken lady! I got all SORTS of chicken books for Christmas this year! ...and am learning some new things. In the chicken encyclopedia it says that the egg of a bantam wyandotte (or the bantam form of any other standard breed) does not differ significantly in size from its full sized counterpart. That is, the egg of a standard wyandotte and a bantam wyandotte are almost the same size. Is this true?? If so, I would think that you would save on feed. If you wanted to have both standards and bantams would it be good to have say 10 bantams and 5 standards? We have one big coop and separating them out would be quite difficult. Thanks!